At Somalisa Acacia everything is set to the rhythm of your family.
Set on a private concession within Hwange National Park in Zimbabwe, this idyllic, award-winning destination is perfect for families seeking adventure and a touch of Zimbabwe luxury safari holiday. With great accommodation and friendly staff, the camp affords you the ultimate opportunity to connect as a family – and with nature.
Somalisa Acacia is easily reached by charter flight from Victoria Falls or Bulawayo. It’s also accessible by road transfer from Victoria Falls – a journey that takes approximately three hours.
From the moment you arrive a dedicated ‘child specialist’ will ensure your little ones are comfortable and safe, and that they have fun every step of the way.
Spectacular for kids
Somalisa Acacia offers a host of activities for the family, including traditional 4×4 game drives and bush excursions with highly skilled and trained guides.
Splash at Somalisa Acacia
Summertime safaris can be unbearable if there’s no relief from the heat. Fortunately, at Somalisa Acacia there’s a fantastic pool on the main deck, overlooking the waterhole. Here, kids can cool down and play while mum and dad enjoy a refreshing drink at the bar (or dive in too!).
The family-friendly Somalisa Acacia features two family tents with connecting rooms for the kids, as well as two standard units. A mix of textures throughout, including brick, natural wood and copper, add to the natural, organic feeling of the camp. It’s enhanced by a central area that overlooks a small waterhole where elephants often come to drink – it’s an idyllic setting for a family getaway.
Beyond the game drives
More and more, families are wanting their kids to experience more than “just” traditional game drives when they’re on safari. That’s why no two days are ever the same at Somalisa Acacia. As well as morning and afternoon game drives, families can enjoy cultural visits as well as walking safaris for children aged 16+. During this time, younger children can go on a guided bush walk around the camp to learn about smaller animals and tracks. There’s something for everyone.